A Year of New Changes, New Rules and New Realities (Click here for a print version) The economic recovery seems to be well under way. 2012 continued to be challenging for real estate investment managers, but there were positive developments none-the-less. Larger, established … Continue reading
SelectLeaders surveyed approximately 900 real estate professionals and employers – principals, top-line managers, and HR executives –to share their perspectives on the year ahead. In 2012, compensation increased for 42% of our respondents. And for 2013, 56% anticipate an increase … Continue reading
NAREIM/FPL report on Executive Compensation trends for 2012 now available. Click here to read the report.
NAREIM president Gunnar Branson recently spoke to a general audience at the TEDx conference in Naperville, IL about the changes taking place in commercial real estate.
NAREIM member Ben Johnson discusses the “Holiday Shopping Season” for institutional investors and the impact on 2013. http://www.reforum-digital.com/reforum/201211#pg20
Fall 2012 Executive Officer Meeting Report: Real Estate “Sells” Square Feet. What are Investors and Tenants Buying?
This is a good time to challenge our assumptions about what the world will be. In mid-October of 2012, the executives of NAREIM member firms gathered in Chicago to discuss changes in capital, operations and real estate usage likely to profoundly affect the … Continue reading
2012 Cornell/SelectLeaders Job Barometer reports job postings rise 32% over 2011, as employers drive operating income up with Property, Portfolio, and Asset Management hiring. The 2012 Assessment of the US Job Market in Commercial Real Estate can be found on … Continue reading
Click here for the report: http://nareim.selectleaders.com/leadershipAssessment
NAREIM member Ben Johnson discusses the growth of Canadian Pension Funds Real Estate investing activity in his latest Globe Street Column. http://www.reforum-digital.com/reforum/201210#pg30
The industry has rebounded from recessions before. But as the economy recovers from the worst recession since the Great Depression will it be different this time? The discussion at this year’s HR Council Meeting suggests that it will be. Whether one considers … Continue reading